I am excited to announce that as of February 2016, I will be joining ranks with the majority of my patients and becoming a mommy! For the past 6 months I have had the “pleasure” of experiencing that pregnancy roller coaster that everyone has been telling me about – the morning sickness, fatigue, crankiness, and general “ugh” feeling has prompted me to evaluate in a new and highly personal light all the advice and treatment I have given to my pregnant clients over the years, in a very good and healthy way! Through this new first-hand lens, I want to share some knowledge and research with you in a brief format, because it is often hard to sort through on the internet, and you won’t likley hear it from your doctor. I hope you find this helpful, and if you have any questions let me know – I guarantee you aren’t the only one wondering!
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We don’t all have the time or resources to keep up to date on scientific research pertaining to everything that ails us. So here is a summary for you of a great review on evidence based treatment of back and pelvic pain during pregnancy from the APTA women’s health section.
So, you have pain in your butt – it must be sciatica, right? So why aren’t those exercises you found online working? Well, “sciatica” has become a catch all term for pain in the buttock, but true sciatica is irritation of the sciatic nerve, and typically presents as pain or paresthesia from the buttock shooting down the back of the thigh and leg, along the path of the sciatic nerve. There are several other possible causes for your “pain in the butt,” which include sacroiliac joint irritation, lumbar joint irritation, lumbar disc pathology,
Welcome to SHEFitPT.com! This page of the website will be devoted to providing resources, insights, and links to outside sources that are applicable to women’s health, pregnancy, general health, physical therapy, and our headliner, the pelvic floor! I hope you find these resources helpful., and please feel free to contact me via the contact us tab with any questions about the information posted here, or about our services in San Diego.
“So I leak a little when I laugh – that’s normal after 3 kids, right?” I hate be the bearer of bad news, but those seemingly harmless postparum woes may go from annoying to life altering if you let the years slip by without addressing them. In this Wall Street Journal article, Sarah Nassauer interviews physical therapists and physicians about some of the major musculoskeletal complications of pregnancy and childbirth, which go largely unreported and untreated in the U.S. today. She discusses disorders including Diastasis Recti Abdominis